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#61 2005-02-20 22:57:37

jonhicks
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From: Oxfordshire UK
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

> Dean wrote:

> > jonhicks wrote:

> Break out the speciality cheeses!

Still waiting on a certain Stinking Bishop down here… :-)

it will be yours when 1.0 comes out. Your taste buds will love you, but your nose will despise you.

It was Cheese of the year 2003 y’ know…


Cheers,
Jon VC#9

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#62 2005-02-20 22:59:30

jonhicks
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

> Niloc wrote:

> That’s a pretty cool heart block of cheese you have posted on your site.

Thankyou, it was mighty strong cheese as well. Sorry, I don’t want to turn this into a cheese thread…


Cheers,
Jon VC#9

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#63 2005-02-20 23:14:35

jasidog
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From: Scotland
Registered: 2004-05-17
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

Maybe not consiously no, but your cheesy inner core wants it bad, admit it. :D

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#64 2005-02-20 23:22:29

Mary
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Registered: 2004-06-27
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

Excellent! Downloaded and about to test it out.

“Well, enough of this… another glass of ice tea if you would darling…”
I knew it! Sitting around drinking iced tea all day…


My email address has changed recently. If you need to contact me, use the forum contact form.

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#65 2005-02-20 23:27:00

nardo
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From: tuvalahiti
Registered: 2004-04-22
Posts: 738

Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

kudos to kursor, zim for zem and preen Dean — never used subversion before, and got a RC3 site going in 13 mins from a library terminal using webmin … it’s the cheezenit

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#66 2005-02-20 23:45:10

Etz Haim
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From: Karlstad, Sweden
Registered: 2005-01-24
Posts: 262
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

The changelog says that <txp:lang /> is supposed to be used in DOCTYPE definitions. However, changing your doctype from -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN to -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EL or whatever would be wrong; EN refers to the language of the DTD, not the document itself. Such a change can confuse the W3C validator.

However, <txp:lang /> would be useful for specifying the xml:lang attribute.

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#67 2005-02-21 01:18:07

Jick
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Registered: 2004-11-27
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

I read through the announcement and I’m not sure if I maybe missed it but was this problem ever fixed?

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#68 2005-02-21 02:10:19

zem
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From: Melbourne, Australia
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

> Jick wrote:

> I read through the announcement and I’m not sure if I maybe missed it but was this problem ever fixed?

You tell us. It should be, post a bug report if it’s not.


Alex
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#69 2005-02-21 02:30:42

zem
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From: Melbourne, Australia
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

> Discuss it in the TXP bugs forum (to analyze, check to see if it’s really a bug, things like that) then submit a TRAC ticket ? WHat’s best for you, Zem and Kusor ?

How about this:

We use the Txp bugs forum as a place for requesting confirmation of a bug (i.e. “this doesn’t work for me, can someone else try it and confirm..”). Anyone wanting to help out with testing and bug-hunting can follow the forum, and try to reproduce or eliminate the problems posted there. Confirmation messages should include a copy of the diagnostic info from the system used to reproduce it.

Trac reports are limited to issues that have been confirmed in the forum. Each trac ticket should include a link to the appropriate forum thread.

Sound fair?


Alex
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#70 2005-02-21 02:55:54

Maleika E.A.
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From: Hamburg, Germany
Registered: 2004-12-11
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Re: Txp 1.0 RC3 Available

Woohoooooooooo! What to say that has not been said?

I have nothing to add, except to say thank you. :)

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